Many groups and organizations support and fight for civil, human and migrant rights. However, the only problem with these groups is that most of them are not sincere about their major focus.
A worthy organization that fights for specific right needs should be effective and committed to the course. The following are some of the well-known groups that are dedicated to the course of fighting and advocating for civil, human, and migrant rights.
Coalition for Human Immigration Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)
CHIRLA is an organization based in Los Angeles whose primary focus is fighting for immigrants both locally and across America. The organization serves groups and individuals who are striving to achieve rights related to immigration details and civic awareness. Read more: Michael Lacey | LinkedIn
CHIRLA works in collaboration with other similar societies such as the CGWA. The organization is well recognized and celebrated throughout America due to its wonderful contributions to civil and migrant rights.
America Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
Formed in 1946, AILA is a non-profit organization consisting of more than 13,000 attorneys and other legal professionals.
The lawyers are committed to offering immigrant law perceptions to vulnerable people. If you wish to secure permanent residence in the United States for your loved one, this organization will assist you.
Advocates for Human Rights
Formed in 1983, Advocates for Human Rights is among the advocacy organizations that push for international human rights agendas independently. The organization is non-profit and unprejudiced. It targets to create and advocate international support for human rights.
The society carries out investigations related to human rights violation at a global level. The group is also responsible for educating human rights societies, particularly those advocating for children rights.
Larkin and Lacey Frontera Fund
Founded by Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey, this organization fights for the rights of migrants in Arizona. Shortly after being compensated by the US Court of Appeal for unlawful imprisonment, the co-founders decided to invest the $3.75 million in the organization.
Besides advocating for the rights of migrants, Larkin and Lacey’s group also focuses on fighting for civil and human rights.
The two journalists are committed to helping low-income families to get equal rights as the rest. Frontera Fund has so far helped so many families and individuals. It has gained grounds not only in Arizona but across America and beyond.
In addition to Frontera Fund, Jim and Michael also own a media outlet.